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This small neighborhood is relatively new and has developed thanks to the recovery of the area where once there were many slaughterhouses and packing plants. Here begins the High Line Park, a 2.3 km elevated linear park created on an old disused railway viaduct.

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Places to Visit
The High Line Park starts from this area, for the rest there are no particular Places to Visit. The nightlife is particularly lively.
There is the new home of the prestigious museum of modern art Whitney Museum of American Art, designed by Renzo Piano, and the small Ground Zero Museum Workshop dedicated to the events of September 11, 2001.
Food & shopping
The Chelsea Market, a refined food market with many restaurants and the smaller Gansevoort Market. Then there is an Apple Store and the first Samsung store in New York, Samsung 837.
Length and Visit Time (without visits)
4 km - 1h00'-2h00'


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Subway: A, C, E, L (14th St./8th Ave.)
Start at the intersection of 8th Ave. and 14th St. following the latter westward, then right onto 9th Ave. (at this intersection there is an Apple Store) for one block. Here, between 15th St. and 16th St., on the right is Google's New York office and on the left is Chelsea Market. You enter the market by following it all the way to the 10th Ave exit. Now left and left again on 14th St., then immediately right on Washington St. and left on 13th St. In this corner there is Samsung 837, the first store in New York of the famous South Korean company. Continue for a block and then turn right on 9th Ave. and keep right on Gansevoort St. Once you reach Washington St. on the right there is the entrance to High Line Park and a little further on the Whitney Museum of American Art. Go up the old elevated railway line along it at will. Along the way at 28th St. on the left is a condominium designed by British naturalized Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid (1950 - 2016), while in the final part between 30th St. and 34th St. the line makes a detour to the Hudson River, offering a beautiful view of the river and New Jersey. This is where Hudson Yards, a large complex with a number of skyscrapers used for both offices and residential apartments, is rising.
Exiting on 34th St. you will walk along this for about 300 meters to reach the subway station.
Subway: 7 (34th St./Hudson Yards)

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